Get Anyone To Do Anything By David J. Lieberman

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					Get Anyone To Do Anything
  By David J. Lieberman

      Andrew Marriage
              A brief synopsis

 Contains many psychological strategies to
  overcome a variety of situations.
 Situations range from conflicts with bosses to
  relationship troubles.
 Broken into 5 main parts.
            About the Author

 Lives in Boca Ranton, Florida
 Has a Ph. D. in psychology
 Appears on many television and radio shows
 Influenced by Milton Erickson and Stanley
  Milgram.
 Tours the country and gives lectures.
       Section I: Get anyone to like
                   you
   Law of association
   Repeat Exposure
   Reciprocal Affection
   Similarities
   How you make them feel
   Helping them out
   We’re only human
   Positive Attitude
    How it relates to Dr. Muncy’s
                book
 Key 2: Optimism. Lieberman is basically
  telling you to be an optimistic and happy
  person. People enjoy being around optimistic
  people.
     Section II: Never be fooled or
              lied to again
 Technique for seeing if a story is true or not
 Signs that someone is trying to manipulate
  you
 How to call a person’s bluff
     Technique to see if a story is
             true or not
 Introduce a false fact to create a conundrum.
 Watch the other person’s reaction
 If they hesitate or agree with the fact then
  there is a strong chance that they are lying.
    Signs that someone is trying to
            manipulate you
 Guilt
 Intimidation
 Appeal to Ego
 Fear
 Curiosity
 Our desire to be liked
      How to call a person’s bluff

 This one is real simple, just see if the person
  is overcompensating.
 If someone is genuine about leaving a job
  they will not be trying to convey their
  confidence. If he is bluffing, he will be
  overconfident.
     How the section relates to Dr.
           Muncy’s book
 Key 4: Initiative. Lieberman is telling you
  how to take action against people who will
  try to bring you down.
   Section III: Take control of any
               situation
 Get anyone to do anything immediately
 Get a stubborn person to change their mind
 Psychological secrets of leadership
       Get anyone to do anything
             immediately
 Limit options
 Give a deadline
 Use the law of inertia
 Expectation
 Additional incentive
        Get a stubborn person to
           change their mind
 Change their physiology
 Give additional information before asking
  them to reconsider
 Increase their self awareness
 Use a two-sided argument
 Let them think they are in some way
  responsible for the idea.
          Psychological Secrets of
                Leadership
 Personality of leadership
     Identification
     Humility
     Style
     Personal Power
 Allow for the right amount of input, not too
  much or too little.
    How it relates to Dr. Muncy’s
                book
 Key 4: Initiative. Lieberman is giving advice
  on how to take action in any situation.
 Key 6: Purpose. Lieberman is giving tips on
  how to lead people. Leaders need to be
  unique people who know their purpose in
  life.
    Section IV: How to win at any
             competition
 Secrets for being a psychological warrior.
 Utilizing psychology to gain the winning
  edge.
 #1 mistake people make in life.
          Secrets for being a
         psychological warrior
 Anchor in success
 Focus
 Get into the ideal state of mind
 Mentally rehearse before your performance
     Utilizing psychology to gain
           the winning edge
 Get the home field advantage
 Having people around helps you perform
  better
 Do the unexpected and give no warning
    #1 mistake people make in life

 Simply put, people do not know when to stop
 Usually seen in gambling. People just keep
  on gambling even though they’re losing and
  dig a deeper hole for themselves
 The secret is to know when to stop. You have
  to weigh the risks and benefits and make a
  responsible decision.
    How it relates to Dr. Muncy’s
                book
 Key 3: Responsibility. Don’t make hasty
  decisions and know when to stop and
  reevaluate your current situation.
      Section V: How to deal with
     annoying and difficult situations

 Stop verbal abuse instantly
 How to criticize without offending
      Stop verbal abuse instantly

 Don’t let someone else dictate how you feel,
  don’t get angry with the other person.
 Don’t take possession of their problem, it’s
  theirs not yours
 Make them ask themselves what their
  problem is
 Main point is to keep your cool
         How to criticize without
               offending
 Say you’re doing it because you care
 Compliment them first
 Criticize the act, not the person
 Don’t imply that they’re doing knowingly or
  willingly
 Share some of the responsibility if possible
 Offer a solution
 Tell them that they’re not alone
       Overall theme of the book

 The overall idea of the book is how to
  interact with people, build relationships and
  deal with awkward situations.
 Relates to Key 7: Sacrifice. We have to make
  sacrifices in order to gain wealth. In this case
  the wealth is forming strong, long lasting
  relationships.

				
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